gypsy jazz Archive
Ben Allison’s drummer-less trio – honors Jim Hall & Jimmy Giuffre… Ben Allison – Quiet Revolution – Newvelle Records NV005LP – audiophile vinyl ****1/2: (Ben Allison – bass; Ted Nash – tenor sax & clarinet; Steve Cardenas – steel-string guitar) The concept of a drummer-less trio is not a new one for jazz. The concept […]
Spend 92 minutes enjoying this gypsy jazz trio at a little French bistro.
A very talented jazz violinist and mandolinist.
A fascinating documentary on gypsy jazz and the Romani culture.
Two new and very worth-hearing gypsy jazz CDs.
Irreverent humor and a strong dose of jazz are the ingredients which spark this Fire.
Gypsy jazz extraordinaire!
Debarre’s playing is absolutely breathtaking – his fingers fly around the strings with supersonic speed and precision.
The Roma genius, who lived from 1910 to 1953, is even more popular today than during his lifetime. He is considered by many to be the single most important guitarist in the entire history of jazz.
A delightful and surprising mix of Gypsy Jazz and Western Swing hits all the right buttons.
This fantastic concert was the first time Django’s own tunes had been orchestrated and performed by a hand-picked Gypsy Jazz group plus a full symphony orchestra.